Basler ToF Camera Helps Robots Flexibly Process Wooden Parts
Basler’s customer VTT has developed a reconfigurable robot sensor system that recognizes and locates wooden parts. This system uses the 3D technology of the Basler Time-of-Flight Camera. Our Success Story explains precisely how this works.Read the Success Story now!
Save the Date: Basler at embedded world 2018
We will appear at the embedded world tradeshow in Nuremberg again this year — you can look forward to our new products for the embedded vision field.Claim your free admission ticket here!
Comparison of CMOS Image Sensors from Sony
Camera sensors are a crucial element in taking images. Our White Paper describes the differences and commonalities of an important large CMOS image sensor series from Sony.Download White Paper!
Modern CMOS Sensors and Their Use in Fluorescence Applications
Fluorescence-based methods are often applied in medicine and science. Modern CMOS sensors in high-performance, non-cooled cameras are a good choice for many of these applications.Read our White Paper!
What Interface Is Suitable for My Embedded Vision Application?
Which interface should I use to connect camera module and processing board in my embedded vision application? Our Vision Campus Video shows you the benefits of the MIPI CSI-2 interface.Just press play!
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Industrial and network cameras for applications in industry, medicine, traffic and retail.
Industrial Cameras from Basler — The Right Camera for Your Application
As one of the leading developers and manufacturers of industrial cameras and high-quality digital cameras for applications in the fields of Factory Automation, Medical & Life Sciences, Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS) and Retail, Basler looks back on more than 25 years of experience and expertise in the Vision Technology field.You can find more information about Basler industrial cameras here